TODAY’S edition of Timeout features businesses operating in and around Brighton and Hove.

Pictured top left are staff from Quickglaze during a trip to the Downs, presumably for a walk in the scenic countryside.

If you know of any other reason why they took this trip, The Argus would love to know about it – or perhaps you are in the picture?

Quickglaze is a small family run business which supplies and fits all types and styles of double glazing.

Over the years it has completed work ranging from replacing broken-down double-glazed units, to designing and installing orangeries and conservatories.

Tula has been making handbags since 1975 and has branches in John Lewis shops up and down the country.

It is not clear where the images above were taken but the fact they were taken in 1990 may give some idea of which shop was selling them.

A woman can be seen clutching a bug during a half price sale, with a beaming smile as she does so.

If you recognise any of the people pictured above, please get in touch with us to let us know.

The Subaru SVX was launched in many countries across the world in 1992, including in the UK.

It is a two-door grand tourer coupé that was sold by Subaru, the automobile manufacturing division of Japanese transportation conglomerate Fuji Heavy Industries.

Produced from 1991 to December 1996, it was FHI’s first attempt at building a luxury/performance car.

In 1991, a Subaru SVX driven by Ken Knight and Bob Dart won the Alcan Winter Rally, which was a race starting in Seattle and heading to the Arctic Circle and back.

Do you know where this local launch of the vehicle took place?

Japanese antique dolls can be seen on sale at Page and Hawkes shop in Kensington Place, Brighton.

Do you remember buying any of these dolls or any other products on sale at the shop?